Posts Tagged: surveillance

All Light, Everywhere

This week’s returning writer, Hannah Sage Kay, recently received her Masters degree from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University, where her research focused on the intersection of art and politics with regard to media manipulation, misinformation, and the construction of fictionalized (or alternate) histories.   The manipulative power of framing, and the… Read more »

Uncamouflaged, Unconcealed

Farah Al Qasimi

This week’s contributing writer, Becca Montante, is a third-year undergraduate student at Northeastern University, pursuing a BLA in Landscape Architecture. She loves making and looking at art. VoCA is pleased to present this blog post in conjunction with Associate Professor of Contemporary Art History, Gloria Sutton’s Fall 2019 upper-level seminar, Contemporary Art and its Publics…. Read more »